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Two 200th Military Police Co. Soldiers Home In Salisbury

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SALISBURY, Md. - Two more soldiers are home safe and sound in Salisbury.

Sergeant First Class Matt Jones and Specialist Lucas Turnell returned Wednesday after about a year serving in Afghanistan. Both are with the 200th Military Police Company based out of Catsonville, Maryland.

"I'm excited, overwhelmed, happy," says Lisa Hubbard,  "We're going to get together with some friends tonight and he's going to rest."

"This is our third deployment but the first with a child so it's definitely different," says Crystal Jones, wife of Sergeant First Class Matt Jones. "We're not going to do anything for a couple of days."

Sergreant Jones is also a Sheriff Canine Deputy with the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office, and Specialist Turnell is a city firefighter.

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